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These tips are for both GT and Academic tests.
Be prepared for your IELTS exam by making sure you know exactly what will happen in the day of your test. Check all tips and rules below.
It takes 2 hours and 40 mins to do the listening, reading and writing test. There is no break between the tests. Make sure you are well rested and have eaten in order to keep your concentration during your test. Clothes Wear comfortable clothing.
You are not marked on your appearance for any part of the test. So, wear something that you are comfortable in and that gives you confidence.
The test room might be cold in the aircon is on, so take an extra layer of clothing with you. Drink You can take a drink into the exam room as long as it is in a transparent bottle.
Make sure you know how long it takes to get to your IELTS test center and exactly where your test will be held. Toilet The listening, reading and writing tests take 2 hours and 40 mins.
There is no break so make sure you go to the toilet before you enter the exam room. If you need the toilet during the test, put your hand up and the invigilator will let you go. But you will lose valuable time by doing this and it could affect your score.
No Phones You will not be allowed to take your phone or any other electronic items into the test room. For your speaking test, you can take nothing into the room except your ID.
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ID Check with your test center exactly what ID you need to take with you. Listen to Instructions Listen carefully to all instructions given before your test starts. Clock There will be a clock on the exam room.
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Make sure you know where it is before your test starts so you can keep checking it in your reading and writing test. Disability If you have any form is disability that will affect your test, you must speak to the test center well before your test date.
Be calm and confident at all time. No dictionary You are not allowed to use any form of learning aid in your test. Raise your hand if you have a problem. If no headphones are used, make sure you can hear the recording. If you need the volume increasing, raise your hand immediately and someone will come to ask what the problem is.
Explain that you need the volume increasing. Use the time given to prepare the questions. Always read through all questions before the recording starts. You should practice doing this at home. Focus on listening for answers rather than trying to understand everything.
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